Recently, an IT service provider confidently declared his expertise in handling a task. Trust was given and the results were disastrous. This service provider ruined operating systems and deleted software, gave inaccurate advice and left the customer with a lost contract, three days of downtime, huge frustration and a lesson learned. The original task was ultimately completed.
The lesson? Take the time to check track records, testimonials and whether expertise claims are coming from someone skilled in self promotion or whether they are earned through experience and success.
At Mind Your Own Business, we urge new clients to have a meet and great, no charge meeting with us first with a full discussion to avoid surprises. Our goal is to be worthy of your trust, so that we can work together to help you mind your own business better.